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Romantic McKenzie River Cabin #1

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2 lits
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The cabin is picturesquely nestled along the shore of the McKenzie River, and is decorated in a rustic yet elegant style. Built in the 1940's with beautifully refinished fir floors, cozy fireplace and the sound of the McKenzie River rapids. Heaven's Gate River Cottages have been an icon on their river for over 70 years.

Le logement
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 2
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier


Voyageur supplémentaire : 10€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Conditions d'annulation : Modérées


The cabin is picturesquely nestled along the shore of the McKenzie River, and is decorated in a rustic yet elegant style. Built in the 1940's with beautifully refinished fir floors, cozy fireplace and the sound of the McKenzie River rapids. Heaven's Gate River Cottages have been an icon on their river for over 70 years.

Beautiful cabin

I am available by phone 24 hours a day at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). If you can't reach me our alternate number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).

The cabin is located right on the river surrounded by forest. There is a 4 acre meadow across the street that is available for your enjoyment.

Terwilliger Hot Springs (Also known as Cougar Hot Springs) is one of those places that you hate to tell others about. You like it so much that you want to keep it a secret from the rest of the world.

Simply put, this is a magical spot hidden within this super-natural forest. (I say supernatural not because it is un-natural, but it is the pinnacle of what we would imagine a pristine forest to be. It is that lush forest that we might see on an exotic movie set.

Terwilliger Hot Springs are a fantastic place to soak away anxiety and stress that you may have brought with you from the city. It is also a great place to relax after a long hike, mountain bike ride or a day of skiing at Hoodoo.

The hot springs emerge from a small cave (you can climb into it) and flows out into 5 cascading pools. As the water flows down into the lower pools the temperature gets a little cooler.
Hours: Open year round from dawn to dusk.
As you pass the reservoir on your left take a moment to enjoy the sweeping views. You should see a small shack/kiosk on the right and a parking area on the left. Terwilliger Hot Springs is about 15 minutes from the cottage.

Park in the lot and walk on the path to the kiosk. There is a $6 per person day use fee. Pay the fee at the kiosk. There is usually an attendant there, if not pay anyway. (The fees help maintain the hot springs and the fines for not paying are steep.) You’ll continue to walk through the forest for about a 1/4 mile. (No worries – the path is well worn and easy to follow.)
Day Use Fee: $6 per person cash or check.

Other Hot Springs
*For nice hot springs experience without fear of encountering naked people visit Belknap Hot Springs. It is not far away, it is further east up Hwy 126 between McKenzie Bridge and the Ranger Station. Day use fee $10-15. Hot springs are piped into a swimming pool. Indoor changing rooms.

HooDoo Ski Bowl:
Great family friendly ski area features a new lodge, groomed trails and lift tickets under $50

Hoodoo Ski Area sits on the summit of Oregon’s Santiam Pass and is Oregon’s most centrally located destination for winter sports enthusiasts. Just 45 minutes from the cottage, Hoodoo Ski Area offers more than 800 acres of terrain, 34 runs, five lifts and one of the largest tubing parks in the West. Founded in 1938, Hoodoo is Central Oregon’s original ski area and your destination for family-friendly fun in your backyard!

The ski slopes are on a big, rounded butte, with lots of wide open terrain. So whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo’s backside or the finely groomed runs of the front side, the majesty of Hoodoo’s location and fun of Hoodoo’s night skiing will bring you back again and again.

McKenzie River Waterfall Loop Trail
Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls in one awesome hiking experience.
Length: 3 miles
Elevation: Trail is at 2800 ft. elevation.
Season: Spring to Fall
Usage: Heavy
Difficulty: Moderate
Water: Potable water available at Ice Cap Campground.
How to get there: From the cottage take Highway 126 east approximately 32 miles to the parking areas of Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls Viewpoints.

Trail Description: This trail is part of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. It follows the McKenzie River as it flows over two spectacular waterfalls and cascades into whitewater.

Other Area Waterfalls
A vast number of rivers and streams are birthed from the depths of central Oregon’s majestic Cascade Mountains. These many rivers create a dazzling display of water features throughout this chain of volcanic mountains. These water features often are displayed as spectacular waterfalls.
Koosah Falls / Sahalie Falls
Tamolitch Falls (aka Tamolitch Blue Pool)
Proxy Falls
Rainbow Falls

Tamolitch Falls-Tamolitch Blue Pool
Once a majestic waterfall, the McKenzie River has changed course and gone underground a few miles up stream. The river only flows over the falls a few times a year, the rest if the time the water emerges from the rocks underwater in the basin of waterfall pool.

Tamolitch Blue Pool - Tamolitch FallsThis is a unique site. While it is rare to see a large waterfall ledge completely dry, the color and composition of the pool is also unique.

One of the first things you’ll notice is the color of the water. The topaz blue color of the water is almost iridescent – like a blue anti-freeze. The water is so clear that is seems to be only about 5 ft deep – yet closer inspection will reveal that in many spots its over 30 ft deep. So pure in fact that you’d swear the water wasn’t moving – yet at the end of this glass like pond – a volume of water rushes out as the McKenzie River is reborn. I did this hike for the first time last summer. The photos you see are real. The water is the most amazing color.

The waterfall ledge is a favorite for jumping on a hot summer day. (The water is cold and be very careful to check the area for safety first).

You can hike over the waterfall ledge and find a trail that leads you down to the side of the pool.

This unique place is part of Oregon’s famous McKenzie River Trail. It is on the top half of the trail about 2 miles from the halfway point on the trail. The trail goes right by this interesting feature and is a popular place for hikers and mountain bikers to stop and rest while taking in this unique site.

For the golf enthusiast Tokatee Golf Club is nestled in the beautiful McKenzie River Valley with glistening views of the Three Sisters Mountains just a short 10 mile drive east.

Lane Transit District has a bus route that runs from Eugene to McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station and back 4 times on weekdays, twice on weekends per day. The Bus stop is about a 1/2 mi. away.

We have a 2 night minimum year around.

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L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 15:00

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